|Noam Chomsky - 1988-03-02 - Central America|
A portion of a speech by Noam Chomsky on Central America, given on March 2nd, 1988.
Keywords: Chomsky, Chomsky 1988, Central America; Nicaragua; Contras; Guatemala; El Salvador; torture; death squads; terrorism; counter terrorism; freedom of the press
|Noam Chomsky - 1986-10-22 - The Right Turn|
Noam Chomsky spoke on October 22nd, 1986 on the subject of the rightward trend in American politics, both on the part of the Republican and Democratic parties. Q&A with the audience follows the talk.
Keywords: Chomsky; Reagan; Jimmy Carter; Vietnam; Trilateral commission; military industrial complex; welfare; corporate power; corporations; imperialism; Libya; racism; Nicaragua; Media; Manufacturing consent; El Salvador; torture; Guatemala; Pentagon; Greece; Chile; human rights; Latin America; Woodrow Wilson
|Noam Chomsky - 1994-11-01 - Democracy and the Media|
On November 1st, 1994, Noam Chomsky gave this talk. The first file contains the lecture, the second, Q&A with the audience. The audio quality is only fair, it is slightly clipped. If you know of a better copy, please leave a comment about that.
Keywords: Chomsky; democracy; Declaration of human rights; NAFTA; World Bank; Economic Miracle; US foreign policy; New World Order; James Madison; Thomas Jefferson; John Jay; John Dewey; Woodrow Wilson; media; propaganda; Soviet Union; torture; Colombia; Drug War; Narco trafficking; Kennedy; capitalism; Brazil; Eastern Europe; Russia; Economics; Corporate Welfare; Cheap Labor; Class War
|Noam Chomsky - 2001-04-10 - Institutions vs People - Will the Species Self Destruct?|
On April 10th, 2001, Noam Chomsky gave this talk. File 1 is the speech. File 2 is the Q&A with the audience
Keywords: Chomsky; corporations; Woodrow Wilson; torture; terrorism; Indonesia; East Timor; Serbia; Crimes against humanity; War Crimes; Great Britain; Indonesian military; genocide; The Hague; Suharto; Gerold Ford; Jimmy Carter; Reagan; American Indians; Native Americans; John Quincy Adams; Nuclear Weapons; Full spectrum dominance; Neoliberalism; Neoconservatism; marketing; Loose Nukes; Clinton; George Bush; short term profit; North Korea; South Korea; Francis Fukuyama; Eastern Europe; Russia; Soviet Union; USSR; Lenin; Australia; refugees; Timor gap; oil; arsenic; Kyoto Protocol; Communist Party; Anthony Lewis; Socialism